HBSE 6 - Types of Groups Taskmain purpose is to accomplish...

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Groups cont. . Middles(Mutuality Goal Achievement) Socioemotional theme: greater personal involvement and group identity Task: members work to maintain and enhance the group Role of leader: less active—maximize group leadership Endings (Separation-Termination) Socioemotional theme: ambivalence about group ending Task: completing unfinished business; review and evaluate the group; transfer gains Role of leader: assess group progress; anticipate responses to ending
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Unformatted text preview: Types of Groups Taskmain purpose is to accomplish a goal not directly linked to members of the group Brainstorming Groupthink Treatmentcentered on meeting socioemotional needs of members Self-helpmeet needs using internal helping Questions for Discussion What should group leaders consider in terms of inclusiveness when planning a group? What are some advantages of closed-ended vs. open-ended groups?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course SOCWRK 1015 taught by Professor Rachelfusco during the Fall '11 term at Pittsburgh.

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